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Moving SOA to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure by Robert Wunderlich

Juergen Kress
PaaS & Middleware Partner Adoption

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Many customers are running their workloads on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure Classic (OCI-C), but the new Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) offers compelling benefits that customers should consider moving their workloads to the "gen 2 cloud".  Additionally if the customer is not yet running SOA 12.2.1.3 or above, now is an ideal time to make the move.

A SOA implementation is typically large and serves mission critical requirements.  This means that a "side-by-side" migration is the best approach.  At a high-level the process is as follows:

  • Discover/map the existing OCI-C deployment.  Oracle provides a set of tools to help in migrating workloads to OCI.  You can learn more about this at Upgrade to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.
  • Branch your SOA projects: SOA projects can be deployed into a new environment and they will be upgraded on the deployment.  However, a better approach is to branch your version control and upgrade the projects in JDeveloper.  You can then validate the project to catch any potential issues. Read the complete article here.

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